Heavily influenced by C and partly inspired by Python, Go offers features to better utilize modern computing power, including networked, multicore machines, as well as larger codebases. It is open source and its lightweight processes, called goroutines, are ideally suited to web development and microservices, but is also an excellent choice for network server applications. Go is an excellent match for the reliability and scalability inherent in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure!
DevOps is a particularly suitable use case for Go, with its lightweight processes and built-in concurrency. Consider that Kubernetes and Docker are built using Go. This article discusses how to start building tools on OCI for your DevOps needs.
Combining the power of Oracle’s database offerings with Go means you can leverage world-class reliability, scaling, and efficiency with a minimum of fuss. This article dives into how to get started with Go and databases on OCI.
Go is popular for creating microservices as it starts fast and keeps things separated. Learn how to use a plethora of languages to build microservices of your own and leverage the power of Oracle Converged Database to create world-class tools.